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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1882.
Treaauroi T. J. Kerth.
Clirk-Inuls. J, Koley.
Marshal"-!.. II. Mey.irn. , . .
Hl.AKU Of U)i.
f trnt Ward- Wro. McHalu. T. M . Klmbrooifh.
Second Ward-Jesse Mmkl. ' N. Hughes.
Third Ward'-H- K. Wake, .lohn Wood.
Kmnh wLrd - t l.irl..0. Pallor, Adolph Bwo-
b K'ifth Ward -T. W. IWSIdM. Bm.st B. Petttt.
Circuit .ludvre- D.-MUWi-r.
Circuit Clcrk-A. 11. Irvlu.
Coiiuiv Judgo-H. S Yocutn.
ounty Clerk-K.J. Il'unin.
County Attoruey-J. M. Danirmi.
ounty Treasurer-Miles W. J'arker.
Sli. tlll-Jolii. Uodgea.
roroi.er-K. rltagerald it.mday. J.
County 'oramlssloiieri-T. W. iiamuay, .
tiltihs and Pelr saiip.
u no II PTHT -Corner Tenth and Poplar
3 "1 " pr'achl..t Urn ud third
nru, j. inilT- w u . tu.; prayer meet-
f,M S ur 7 P. m Vhoolfy. i.m
lug luursusy, I- u;,v A j, ,!s, pastor.
UU Hl H OP THE RKDBKMKIMK.lKoi.lj
1-. Davenport. H. T. H. Hector. .,
.MK.vr MISSION AHY I8Tn,CI'LKfI)US-
H.llUl .CIICMll Mt ) P- I"
V'th I'. II AN -Thirteenth .t-rt ; orrte Hale
1, VnJ.r.su a.m.: aunday sihoolJp. m. lUr.
KTHlWT-ror. K!Mb tad Inn IMjA
cu.iom nrh...i 4?w P m. Itv J.A.bcamlt.
r r:HYTKKI AS-Blght street; Pr'
il ii p. m. Kv b,V.'ie,w,PMUr.
S. .walnut streets; ierrtcei Sabbath 10.8" a.
luy'SKat P. . ; Va.Pr. ?; nv ; W
,ie; r .very day at i. y 1 rie;
c-T CATKICK'S-KomanCathollejConier Ninth
S .t ? Washington Va?cftSl
Sktl B .ltd W a. m ; Vespers 3 p. a. ;
i n. m. services every dy at a. m. Ker. iiiu.wnw.ii
.... m AuimdaUuB..:n V u
B Lirrw "
Mi,8 C-BSTnAtB. R. .:mo.B
4 l- III I T nn
L.AC. K B
(Narrow Go )
Bipr.). P m
Acrom'datoln li:05 P-m
4 8 . K R.
Kxprea 'MV" P m
Accoiu'ilntb.n. l:Jip m I
AcVom oMVon. .'p.i I tAe)m'd.iloii.ll :.m
WABASH. T. Wl-H PA PIO R Up
VWI1A 4 vm Mall A Ex....-Jipm
Daily except Sunday, t Iiily.
MOBII.KAOHIO R. R
Mail i". am. I Mall -.J:' P-
XlfCOIS CKNTKAI. R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Iine ltuanint;
q DAILY TIIATNS
O IProm Cairo,
Making Dirkot Connkotion
Tiuin Mai Cattwi:
Arrivimin Bt. l.oui9; .m.: ChitaRo.8:80 D.m. j
"Sw. ti Odin and Kftnhfjn tor cfnem-
cail! LoVvillo, Indianapolis nd polnU But.
il-lO H.ui. Wt. I4oui and VBtTn
Arrlvini?lnSt. Louli7:05p. m., nd connectlnit
for all poiuts Vet.
4:2() p.m. Ftmt 10xprfn.
lor St. LntiU und ChlciRo. arrlnuR t8t. Louis
V):40p.iu., and Chlcai:o7:-Ji .m.
4;UO p.m.Cinoinnfiti Kxprens.
Arrlvlni: at 'lnclnnatl 7:( a.m.; Louisville 7:40
a.m.; ludlanapolls 4:W a.m. l'aHnKrs by
thi. train reach tbo abovo points UtodO
HoUUS In advanco of any other route.
frThn 4 :i p. m. express hM PUMiMAN
hLhEl'lNti CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chaiiKe", ud turouKh sUiuperslo St. l,ools ana
Vut Timo last.
n . ,.. rn.u by this line ro tbr..nt;h to Ka.t.
raSSCHCrS ,.ra points without any delay
undiv nU:rvi!Ulnir. Tho ttaitimay amr
f'-.lro arrives 111 new York H
mornliiR at 1)::J5.
Thirty-six hours lu advance of
Itr Fur tbroiich tickets and further Information,
uplv at Hill."! IVntral Railroad Depot. ' ('!"
JAB. JOiINrtUN, . . ' .
Oun . Honthunt Agent. Ticket AKent.
A. 11. U AN SON, Oun. Pass, Agont. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. II
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
KvuroM Mid Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
.. Accommodatlnn arrives at 13:06 p. m. ind do
Jatts at 1 :'M p. m.
JU. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKlCB-BlRhtli Street, noaf Comnarelil ATnn
jyn. X. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-No. Mi Oommerel&l Arenu, bitwtn
li. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
VgatD ana Mnm Direeu
PROI'RIKTOR OF BPROAT'B PATENT
Wholosalo Doalor in loo.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLI
?CKED FOR BniPPINO
Oivr Loads u Spocialtv.
O F F 1 (1 Ki
Cor.Twell'th Stmt and Levee,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
Y. BHOSS. Prsld.-nt. I P. NKKF. Vice Pres'nt
II. WKLL.S, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Aoo't caHb
F. Bro.s..... Ca'ro I William Kl'iic. .Cairo
Peter NelT - " I Willlsm Wolf.... "
C. M Osu:rloh " IC.tt Patter ;. "
. A. Budur " I 11 Wells "
J. Y. Clem. on, Caledonia.
A OiK.NBRAL BANKING BCSINEhH DONE.
Bichange told and bought. Interert paid In
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
HILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiffbeflt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION .
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, lu the State ot Illinois, at the cloc oC
May 1 nth, 1882,"
Loans and discounts S 3tT,M jr
Overdrafts '.',174 4S
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion..... .V'.fK" 'lil
Other stocks, l.ouds and mort-
ua.-s 75,41 1 TS
Due from approved reserve
Rent fTO.IiW 41
Due from other National bunks 1T,W.' :)7
Due from State batiks ami
hunkers 1,1S1 3S- m,W H
Iti-al estate, furuituro and fix-tim-H
Current expenses and taxes
paid 5.117 W
Checks and other caili Items, .f f,r-7!) ST.
Hills of other Hanks 10,-ltsJ 00
Fniitlonal paper currency,
nickels and pennies 418 05
(inld $ irt tirfn
Silver ,7! 4H.1I-J 00
LprsI Tender notes .. 15,ii0 00 7o,8!W 9(1
Redempt Ion fund with U.S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
Total $70!t,7IU SO
Capital stock paid in $ 100. mm on
Surplus Fund lLH.ua) 00
Undivided Profits H.lHxi 51
National bank notes outstand-
tii 45,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
check $:w.5,4:b n:t
Demand certltlr.ates of deposit, la.Wtt II
Due toother National banks, 35
Duo to Stuto banks and
hankers 2l,Mt!0 1W- 404.SI-J tifi
Notes and bills ru discounted as.noti oo
Totai $ 7(,7 l!l W
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I.Thos. W. Ilallidiiy, Cashier of the above nained
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledeo and belief.
Titos. W. Haixiuay, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 25th day
Of May, 18tt!. Cuas. Citnninoiiam,
ConittcT Attost :
R. II. CuNNINHIIAM, 1
(1. 1). Williamson, Directors.
II. H. Cande.
rpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LBVBB.
A General Banking: business
TIIOS. AV. IIALL1DAY,
jgNTKRPRISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
, TIIOS. "W. IIAJLLIDAY,
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always 'uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and quaL
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, nratcful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago III., and St. Louis. Ma.,
kftfcantf LapullB TfM , nr. Prlet'i Crm Biking
Powder, ud lir. frto' talu PrfiuiM
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD8
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI ER & CO.
Cor. Nineteenth street )
Conimarcial Avenue j
THE REGULAR CAIRO AND
MENUY E. TAYLOil Muster
GEO. JOBKS Clerk
Leaves Padurab for Cairo daily (Sundays except
) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Iteturu
K, L- aves I'airo at 4 p . m . Mound. City at 5 p. m.
THE A. R. SAFF0KI).
Daily tmrk.-t belwecn Cairo and Mound City Cup
tain Aii'lle Owen .
Leav.-s Cairo 7:80 A. M.
MouudCtty ::)" "
" ('air. - IM Noon
" Mound City US" P. 31.
" Cairo 4::
" Mound City B " "
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE bSB&U STATES.
On endafter Monday, Jane 7th, and until InrUior
notice tne lenyhoat will uiuko trips as ioiiows;
MAVCS I.CAVKS I.IATIS
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8::b.m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a. m. 10 ::). m. 11a.m.
3:00 p. m. 2:M p. m. S p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:Sop.m. 5;00p. m-
1 P.m. i:Jti i.m. S P.ni
NKW A I) VF.1 11 iSEM FATS.
BOAT ID : fS.00 PER WEEK,
SPECIAL RAT. IIS'
tost orncB, am.bm hpuinoh,, voi co. ha.
DIXON BPHINOS are sltuat cd In a spur of I"J
Oaark Mountains, ten miles fitim Uolcond aim
fourtoon miles from Vleutia, In a bountiful valley
surrounded by hltfh cllir. .
The scenery is unsurpassed and tho wiuer is
stronR with mlnoral proportion, No. I Is strong
with Iron, No. it with magrnoNla, su-lphnr and IroD-a
freo uau of tho water bus proyi id an unfailing f""1"
dy lor Dyspepsia, Jaundice, I.lvor Complain.
Kidney alleetlons and Chronic, Diarrhoea. As
summer resort Dlxnn Hprtnu Is deservedly pop""
lar. beliiK ouiot, secluded nuil cool, free from Ann
and mosquitoes. Suaeoa fror a Ant of June to IUt
ol December. tl US. Tdi. j.KMBN.
W. V Lamhoin, river editor of i'lW ISulltim
and iteamboat paisnnner anent. Order for all
kinds of steamboat Job pi intinR solicited. Office
ut Plantors notel, No. 51 Ohio levee.
HTAUKS OK THK RIVKR.
Tho river murk oil by ttio Katii,'o last oven
in.,' at this point at fivo p. in., 41 fi;ct
Pittsburg, Juno 3-5 p
in. River 0 feet
10 inelies an.i falling.
Cincinnati, Juno 35 p.m
39 foet 1
LouiBville, Juno 33 p. m. Uiver
foet 6 inches and rising.
Niwltville, June 35 p.m. River 21 feet
and falling. "'
St. Louis, Juno 3 5 p. m. River 2S feet
1 incli ninl fulling.
Tho Hudson for St. Louis arrived last
evening with it good trip. She received a
few way-ami through passengers und
Thi. fi,,1l..n Ifnlu uiith f",int f) T
Shinklft in command and Al. Shinklo iu
tho otTice, left Cincinnati last evening for
The City of Helena from Memphia ar
rived last evening at 6 :10, She was flying
light and running like a race horse, and
left at 7 p. m. for St. Louis.
The popular Vint Shinkle left Cincinnati
for Memphis lust evening.
The City of Greenville from St. Louis ia
due to-day for Vicksburg.
Remember tho Cons. Millar early to
morrow morning for Cincinnati. Capt. C.
B. Russell, master. James Voris has chargo
of tho office.
In regard to the rumor of the John Hop
kins extending her trips to Cairo every
Thursday, we took pains to inquire parti
cularly of the officers of the Fowler. They
gay there is nothing of it.
Miss Emma Bradshaw, of Metropolis,
charming young lady of that pretty little
city, who has been visiting Judge Mulkey's
family, of this city, for some time, return
ed home on the Gus Fowler last evening
Her many friends and admirers hero will
miss her in Eocial circles very much
The John A.Scudder ironi St. Louis is
due to-dav for New Orleans. Sho has a
Tho Fannie Tatum for St. Louis is due
to-morrow. Capt. Conway is in command
of tho Tatum, and is making money with
Tho Gus Fowler arrived at 3 p. m. yes
terday and left at 5 for Paducah. She will
lay over to-day to prepare for the onauing
The Paris C. Brown did not get here un
til 5 o'clock yesterday morning. She had
a largo mode! bargo in tow loaded with
lumber. Her passenger trip was good but
her freight list light. She left for Cincin
nati at 5 :-15.
The Guiding Star, tho queen of tho
Southern Transportation line, is on her way
up from New Orleans, enrouto for Cincin nati.
She will pass here Monday evening.
Capt. J. I), llegler, master.
Tho City of Alton from New Orleans for
St. Louis will arrive to-morrow evening or
Yustorday was rather cool and cloudy
most of tho day; business dull in all
Tho B. S. Uhea from Nashville is duo to
day. Her regular day for leaving here on
her return trip is Monday ; but if she docs
not succeed in securing a good lot of freight
she will turn back for Nashville this even-
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN THK INTKKK8T OK TUB CA1UO
Tho benefit for the Library, to take place at
the Opera House on Tuesday evening prom
ises to ho one of tho most pleasing enter
tainments ever given in Cairo. The beauti
ful houso itself is a great inducement. Tho
popular and attractive programmo will bo
stiro to please, and tho good course in view
commends itself to every ono.
The mooting of the study class on Tues
day afternoon will bo omittod, and a public
exorcise bo hold ou Wednesday afternoon
at tho Library room at half past three
o'clock. The subject under discussion will
be "The Sistino Madonna," by Raphael, and
Holbein's "Madonna of the Burgomaster
Micr." Some Cue photographs of theso two
great masterpieces, will bo used to illus
trato tho lesson.
In addition to tho photographs of tho
above pictures, tho study class of tho W. C.
and L. A. has recently received from Souto
& Co., Boston, copioB of Raphael'! "Trans
figuration' Michaol Angolo's "Last Judg
ment," Leonards da Vinci's "Last Supper,"
and Raphaol MonK'i lovely "Cupid." Tbo
members of the class are forming valuablo
collections of their own, procuring copies of
the pictures analyzed and discussed.
Provision has been inado for the appoint
ment of thrco women on tho medical stafi
of the Cook county hospital. Tho Chicago
Tribune aays: "It is a concession that
ought long ago to haye been mado."
The first publication from Kinersoii's pa
pers will bo the Carlylo correspondence. It
covers nearly forty years and is of great in
terest and value.
Ei'iml rights between husband and wife
in the family pocket book, is one of the cry
ing needs of tho day. Tho marriage cere
mony in too many instances, acts as the
Gordion knot that ties the string to the
family purse, bo tight that genuino lingers
cannot unloose it. Our Herald, Lafayettr,
The growing interest in the very delight
ful and elegant art needle work of the day,
has received a groat impetus during tho
past week among Cairo ladies. A clans of
twelve, under the direction of Miss Ihvid-
son, a skilltul and accomplished indy t
culture, tact and unwearied patience, lias'
been engaged at Thellalliday, in the fasci
nating and absorbing mysteries of South
Kensington and arrasene. Soruo elegant
pieces of work have been done, especially
in the hitter new and popular stitch, which
gives a rich and velvety effect, almost im
possible to describe. Water lillics, poppies
holly hocks, sun floweis, andexquisito foli
age stand upon rich satin backgrounds,
with wonderful naturalness, and all engag
ed in the work congratulate themselves up
on this rare opportunity for instruction.
Miss Anna Whitney, the Boston sculp
tress, has completed her plaster cast for a
statue of Harriet Martincan and shipped it
to Florence, where it will bo produced in
marblo. Thestatue will cost between f 12,-
000 and $15,000, and the money for it has
been subscribed entirely by women. It
will be erect! in some public place in Bos
ton. The figure is somewhat larger than
life size, and represents the subject sitting
with her hands crossed upon a manuscript
which lies in her lap.
The Brussels Museum has just secured a
small picture painted entirely by the hand
of Rubens. It represents tho virgin seated
noimng tne sairom in her arms. Mie is
clothed in a crimson tunic with blue drap
eries. On the ground lies a bunch of roses.
The freshness of the colors is particularly
Tho June Atlantic is an uuusually valua
Die number, it nas an unpublished poem
on "Decoration Day," by Longfellow;
steel engraved portrait of the poet; a poem
on "Longfellow," by Oliver Wcndoll
Holmes, and an estimato of his character
and genius, byO. B. Frothingham. Mr.
Hardy's and Miss Phelp's serials are con
tinued, as will also the "Southern Sketches,"
and among other interesting papers is one
on "The New Eastern Question," contain
ing personal reminiBonces of General Sko-
Representative Gregg, of Saline county,
caino down on the steamer una Fowler
from Massac circuit court yesterday, and
ft on the Cairo and Vincnnnes for homo.
Capt. John II. Gunu and wife, of Spring
field, accompanied by Miss Katio Lunger,
of Davenport, Iowa, made a flying visit to
the city yesterday, returning on tho after
noon train via the Illinois Central road.
Capt. Gunu is the same who raised the
devil on the Williams investigating com
mittee which did not investigate Ho is a
jolly fellow, though all tho samo. Tuk
Bullktin had tho honor of a call from
Little Annie Howard is quite sick, since
Tuesday, with malaria.
Miss Emma James is visiting friends in
Paducah since Friday.
Blight's Disease of tho kidneys, Diabetes
und other Diseases of the Kidneys und Liver,
w hich you are being so frightened about,
Hop Bitters is the only thing that will sure
ly and permanently prevent and cure. All
other pretended cures only relievo for a timo
and then mako you many times worse.
Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any HlTectlon of tho Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Geo.
E. O'Hara's drug storo and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-sizo bottlo will do.
Tuk Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Vol -tuic
Belts aud Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
nro afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality aud Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
as aUive. N. B. No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics.
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you aro
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appo
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not dolay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
Wonderful Eloctric Bitters, which nevor fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribuijo. ' Sold by Guo. E.
O'llABA. ' ,
Tho Obancos That George W, Simpson
'Docs your father keep a dog?"
As Georgo W. Simpson poko these
words iu the most ctirncst, tender man
ner that ever characterized his demean
or toward tlm gentler ex, Aphrodito
McGuiro gavo an upward glance, half
woiiileiingly. anil then tho beautiful
brown eyes were again turned away,
and the little dimpled hands that had
hccii clasping a tiillar of the vine-clad
pon h on which they were standing this
licaiil ifnl Juno morning, fell listlessly by
For a moment neil her spoke.
The sun glints lluttcred erratically
down between tho bright green leaves
of tho maple trees, tho hum of insocta
filled the air, mid the pleasant lowing of
the rows as they roamed contentedly
among the succulent grasses of tho
meadows was bonie up on tho palmy
breath of tint early mmnner to these two
in whose hearts the lirsl promptings of
a pure, Cook County lovo wero being
Tim man was the first to speak.
Bending over. the little form that stood
beside him, he looked with his clear
blue eves upon the coronal of golden
locks that, crowned Aphrodite's head,
and then his eyes wandered to tho in
visible net which kept, the coronal from
slipping oil" when tho breeze hit it. "My
darling," he whispered softly to himself,
"God made us for each other and wa
must never be parted. Without you ray
life Would be as desolate as the subscrip
tion book of a Milwaukee paper, my
whole existence a horrible dream from
which there was no awakening." And
clutching nervously at his I'll be-better
in-the-spring mustache with ono hand
he gently placed the oilier upon Apiiro-
il it a shoulder.
The girl did not move.
Again ho touched her, but there was
no response. Still George suspected
nothing. Who can blamo his puro in
nocence. ' The dress was padded.
"Aphrodite," he said in low, mellow
tones almost mellow enough to pick,
"will you not sneak to me, and give me
a hope, ono little three-for-fivo-conts
The girl raised her face to his. Tho
happy, careless, nre-you-gning-to-the-ball-this-evening
expression that had
marked its every featnro before Georgo
spoko tho fateful words with which this
story opens was gone, and in its plaeo
thero dwelt a stony, almost concrete,
look, that told more eloquently than
could words of tho terrible struggle that
had taken place in tho mind of this
bountiful, striped-stockinged girl. No
word eimie from tho ashen lips from
which the red blood of youth had flown,
but the wistful, fear-haunted expression
of the dusky-brown eyes told all.
"Ho has got a dog, then?" asked
George, his voice quivering with excite
ment as he spoke.
"Two." murmured the girl, while a
storm of sobs shook her form "and,"
sho added, speaking tho words with a
tender grace beyond compare, "thev
nro Dolu on mo mie. tiucuyo irt
iunc. How Pat Got the Mitten.
The average Irishman is often comic,
but is rarely pathetic, anil is quite likely
to bo comical when he attempts to bo
pathetic. Mr. Nathaniel Bishop, during
tiis voyage to Buenos Ayres, made
friends with the chip's cook, who was a
sentimental Irishman. Besides thin, ho
was a "character" in his way, and kept
a "dialogue"-us he culled his diary
in which he occasionally wrote "poe-
L thry." One day, to draw him out, Mr.
Bishop said to him, "It is strango that
a man so full of feeling and poetry aa
you are, should never have beeu entan
gled iu the bonds of love."
"Ah, now, you've, said it!" ho ex
claimed. "I've passed through that ex
perience; but woman, the cnithur! has
been more a biiiio than u blessin' to mo
poor ha't. It was woman that drove mo
from my position in societeo to tho gal
ley of a sea-cook.
"Whin 1 was only sixteen years of
age, mo fill hcv had a frind who was aa
Irish barrister. This gintlcman had a
(laughter who was nn angel yes, that
sho was! I was voung and beardless,
she a few years ofderthan meself. Well,
ye see, I bec.nnm that in love with her,
that I ollercd her mo hand and mo ha't;
at which slu softly replied
'Misther W , yo are too young.'
"However, I pressed mo suit, tor
women want u dale of coax in'; but sho
only smiled. At last, when I grow ur-gent-foran
Irishman courta iu airnest
- she referred nio for an answer to the ,
second of Samuel, lint h chapter, and tho
last part of the fifth verse.
"I turned at once to it, for I thought
that by it she meant to accept mo suit,
mid in" a bashful way tould mo as sho
did; when what, w-.us mo horror an'
shame to ratio tho following words, '
'Tarry ut Jcrirho until your beard be (
grown, awl thin return,''
"Would you bclavo it, me friend? this
little incident became known toj mo ac
quaintances, an' for shame I was forcod
to lave the country."
"I thought," ad'ds Mr. Bishop, "that,
considering his beardless condition, tho
Irish girl's answer was quite Vat to tho
Wis take pleasure in informing our read
ers that by enclosing a throo-cent ifanip to
Foster, Milburn & Co., Buffalo, N. V., thoy
can secure, free, a sef of their line litho
graph picture cards, w hich are an ornament
to any household. Wtffcfll
Biicklcu's Aruloa Salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuta,
Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptious, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box.' For sale by Gko.
Dit. Kline's Curat Nehvk Rkstokeb is
the marvel of tho ago for all norvo diseaacl.
All fits stopped free. . Bend to 031 Arcb
street, Phlladclpia, Pa.